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Women’s Health

Welcome to Michigan Primary Care Partners (MPCP), where we believe every woman deserves high-quality healthcare services that cater to her unique needs. As a Patient-Centered Medical Home recognized by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, we provide comprehensive women's health services that prioritize our patients' needs. Our approach to women's health is one that involves not only treating illnesses but also providing preventive care to reduce the risk of future health issues.

At MPCP, we offer a wide range of women's health services, including Pap smears, breast exams, a routine physical exam, and more. Our team of experienced healthcare professionals provides compassionate care in a judgement-free environment, giving you the support and care you need to make the best decisions regarding your health.

If you’re ready to experience high-quality women’s healthcare from the top primary care physician Big Rapids, MI has to offer, MPCP is here to help. Schedule your first appointment with us today.


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Women’s Health Services at Michigan Primary Care Partners

At Michigan Primary Care Partners (MPCP), we provide a full range of women's health care services to help women of all ages achieve optimal health. Our experienced healthcare professionals use the latest medical technologies and treatments to provide individualized care that meets the unique needs of each patient.

Our services include:

  • Routine Physicals: Regular physical exams are essential to help detect early signs of health issues and ensure that you are in good overall health. During a routine physical exam, your healthcare provider will examine your vital signs, review your medical history, and perform any necessary tests or screenings.
  • Pap Smears: Pap smears are a crucial screening test for cervical cancer, a potentially life-threatening disease. Our healthcare professionals use the latest techniques to perform this test safely and accurately.
  • Bladder and Bowel Incontinence: We offer specialized care for women who experience bladder and bowel incontinence, a common condition that can be embarrassing and have a profound impact on your quality of life. Our caring healthcare providers can offer individualized treatment options to address your specific symptoms.

Our healthcare professionals understand the unique health issues that women face and provide specialized care to ensure that you are in good overall health. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about our women's health care services.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I be receiving Pap smears near me?

The frequency of Pap smear tests may vary depending on your age, medical history, and other risk factors. Generally, women between the ages of 21 and 29 are recommended to have a Pap smear every three years. Women between the ages of 30 and 65 should have a Pap smear every three to five years.

However, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends that women aged 65 and older who have had regular screenings and no abnormal Pap smears in the last 10 years may stop routine Pap testing. It’s important to discuss your personal health history and individual risk factors with your healthcare provider to determine how often you should receive Pap smear tests.

Do you offer telehealth visits for women’s healthcare?

Yes! MPCP is proud to offer telehealth visits for women’s healthcare. Our providers are able to assess, diagnose, and provide treatment for many different gynecologic conditions in the comfort of your own home. Telehealth appointments can be convenient and help reduce any potential barriers to care.

How can I get started with the best women’s primary care doctors near me?

Booking an appointment with us is easy. Just use our simple, user-friendly appointment request tool and get started today.

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